The best injectable of 2011 was BOTOX, the reigning champion of wrinkle and line busters.
Combining two less invasive surgeries to get big results: the Whisper Lift and lower Blepharoplasty can turn the clock back 10 years.
Chronic migraine sufferers now have a new option for treatment with Botox.
Simple injections of BOTOX into the skin around the eyes and forehead paralyzes underlying muscle and may erase wrinkles... and years.
Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is now being treated with advanced technologies such as the Axilase or VASER Lipo for permanent results.
Cold Induced Modulation (Cryomodulation) treats wrinkles in the forehead by injecting cold directly into facial muscles to relax the dynamic wrinkles.
Hyperhidrosis can be a problematic issue, but luckily there are several treatment options available.
A well known New York dermatologist shares the details about the latest treatments to combat all of your skin problems, from wrinkles to sweating.
BOTOX has been the gold standard for treating lines and creases for over a decade, but some doctors are exploring alternatives
An increasing number of patients are requesting alternative uses of Botox. While some of these treatments are becoming more widely accepted, experts caution that a well trained professional is key to desirable results.
Promising longer lasting results than BOTOX for hyperhydrosis, MiraDry is showing up in doctor's offices around the United States.
The newly FDA approved botulinum toxin Xeomin may offer patients a less expensive way to address their wrinkles.
BOTOX has received EU approval for the use of the drug for bladder incontinence and may be making it's way to the U.S.
Allergen's blockbuster botulinum neurotoxin BOTOX may have a new competitor in the near future: PurTox by Mentor.
Physicians are now using BOTOX, a neurotoxin that is FDA approved to treat wrinkles, to treat conditions such as hyperhidrosis, migraines and even crossed eyes.
3 important things that patients should consider before undergoing any cosmetic procedure, even one as ubiquitous as BOTOX.
Offering longer lasting results, MiraDry is an alternative to treating excessive sweating - without using neurotoxins such as BOTOX or Dysport.
Readers have spoken and this month, Zeltiq took the top procedure spot.
Underarm stains and a sweaty brow don't have to be a problem anymore. Botox offers relief from excessive sweating.
Managing an aesthetic practice takes a different kind of manager who is familiar with the nuances of running a cosmetic medical office.